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On-Field Umpire Nitin Menon ignores Virat Kohli during 2nd ODIs for a wide ball call


Indian skipper Virat Kohli has as of late been in the features for his on-field verbal duels with the umpire. Kohli consistently stays vivified and vociferous in his requests. He frequently occupied with warmed contentions with the on-field umpire during the continuous arrangement against England. 

Presently, a video from the second ODI against England has gone viral via online media where we can see the on-field umpire Nitin Menon overlooking Virat Kohli. 

During the 27th over of England innings, we could see Virat Kohli strolling to the pitch and attempting to examine a wide-ball call by the umpire. 

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Virat Kohli felt the ball was right inside the tramline and attempted to draw in the consideration of umpire Nitin Menon. Notwithstanding, Menon didn’t glance intrigued by any such thing and we could see him totally overlooking Virat Kohli. 

The video has left the fans kidding about this on-field episode. 

Of late, Kohli has pulled in hefty analysis for his difference with umpire’s choice. Numerous previous cricketers have hammered him for his demeanour of showing question with the umpires’ choice on the field. 

Numerous previous England cricketers have come out and said that Kohli has been squeezing the on-field umpires through the England Tour Of India. Some have even said that Kohli needs to lock in his disposition as it doesn’t toss a decent impact on the fans watching the game.

The Whole Summary of 2nd ODIs

India scored 336 runs for the deficiency of 6 wickets in their 50 overs. KL Rahul scored a century ( 109 runs off 114 balls) and Rishabh Pant ( 77 off 40) and Virat Kohli (66 off 79) scored half-centuries each. Pursuing the aggregate, England got an agreeable success against the hosts. 

Roy and Bairstow once more sewed together a quick-fire hundred runs organisation for the principal wicket. The pair scored 110 runs in only 84 deliveries. Rohit Sharma gave the advantage by an amazing piece of handling to run out Jason Roy. Ben Stokes at that point held hands with Bairstow and swindled the Indian bowlers. They scored 175 runs for the second wicket before India excused the two of them one after another and made the team to win.

The series  is presently pleasantly ready at 1-1, with the series decider at a similar setting on March 28.



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